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marja pirilä. interior/exterior.    "By using a special of camera obscura technique  I can capture into the same image with one long exposure both person, room and the reflection of external landscape. First I just have to transform the room into camera obscura and then photograph there by using normal lens camera and long exposures."

marja pirilä. interior/exterior. "By using a special of camera obscura technique I can capture into the same image with one long exposure both person, room and the reflection of external landscape. First I just have to transform the room into camera obscura and then photograph there by using normal lens camera and long exposures."

Robyn Stacey's camera obscura, the forerunner to the camera, literally turns high rise rooms into a camera.

In pictures: Upside down look at Brisbane

Photographer Robyn Stacey uses the vintage camera obscura technique to create surreal new images of Brisbane cityscapes.

double exposure

This is a cool photoshop idea. it takes a basic picture and adds more to it. maybe try with transfer photography?

Camera obscura photography by Mauricio Asial

Camera obscura photography by Mauricio Asial,Camera Obscura bringing the outside in, Camera obscura photography by Mauricio Asial wall murals February 2015

Collaborative duo Anna Heinrich and Leon Palmer decided to submerge a camera obscura into the ground, imbedding an 11.5-foot Weholite pipe into the side of a hill. “The Reveal” was created to fit four to five people, and the 260 mm lens of the camera is fixed within the door, which needs to be closed tight in order for the “live” image to appear bright...the passing ships give the image the quality of a moving oil painting."

A Subterranean Camera Obscura Captures the English Countryside

Collaborative duo Anna Heinrich and Leon Palmer decided to submerge a camera obscura into the ground, imbedding an 11.5-foot Weholite pipe into the side of a hill. “The Reveal” was created to fit four to five people, and the 260 mm lens of the camera is fixed within the door, which needs to be closed tight in order for the “live” image to appear bright...the passing ships give the image the quality of a moving oil painting."

Marja Pirilä: Camera obscura / Eetun huone 1998, Tervo

Marja Pirilä: Camera obscura / Eetun huone 1998, Tervo

Camera Obscura: The Pantheon in Hotel Albergo Del Sole al  Pantheon, Room # 111, Rome, Italy, 2008

Abe Morell, Camera Obscura image of The Pantheon in Hotel Albergo Del Sole al Pantheon, Room # Rome, Italy, 2008

Playing with an overhead projector and vintage clothing    Photo: Anette Vesteraas  Hair/makeup/styling: Sara Baardstu

Playing with an overhead projector and vintage clothing Photo: Anette Vesteraas Hair/makeup/styling: Sara Baardstu

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